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Receipt for African American slave

Official Decree Issued in Mendoza, Argentina

Official Decree Issued in Mendoza, Argentina

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

Black Society of the Tauza Nation

A Harlem "Back to Africa" announcement, Negro Club, New York

Negroes in bunkhouse in strawberry fields near Hammond, Louisiana; Note crude bunks, straw mattresses, and crowded conditions, April 1939.

Negro family living in crowded quarters, Chicago, Illinois, April 1941.

Kitchen of apartment occupied by Negroes, South Side of Chicago, Illinois, April 1941.

Letter from George Corlis to John Corlis

Letter from George Corlis to John Corlis

Letter from George Corlis to John Corlis

Letter from George Corlis to John Corlis

Female accomplishments

Female accomplishments

Female accomplishments

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Causes why the female sex are not sufficiently respected

Causes why the female sex are not sufficiently respected

Causes why the female sex are not sufficiently respected

Causes why the female sex are not sufficiently respected

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Conversation with 34 year old Native American male, New Mexico (Transcript)

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Shakertown Journal

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Letter from Jonathan Clark to Isaac Hite

Female education

Female education

Female education

Female education

Female education

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

The Blind slave boy, or Come back to me, mother

Letter from Joseph Corlis to John and Susan Corlis